Dutch outrage as US general blames gay soldiers for Srebrenica
"A retired American general has blamed the UN's historic failure to protect the Bosnian "safe haven" of Srebrenica on the fact that there were openly gay soldiers in the Dutch peacekeeping battalion assigned to it. " READ IN FULL View YouTube below for a news clip with the retired General.
However, the court decided that it would not force the school to reinstate the original prom as the injunction filed by the ACLU requested, given that a private prom was now being held instead, but there was one clear caveat to this.
The court did not press the school to put the prom back on, in part, because the court received assurances that Constance will be allowed to attend the private prom. As you may remember from our previous coverage, Constance had previously been excluded from the event, but this appears to no longer be so. Judge Davidson emphasized that this was a strong factor in his decision, commenting that “defendants have made representations, upon which this court relies, that all IAHS students including the plaintiff are welcome [at the event].”
Judge Davidson also gave McMillen's representation permission to amend their lawsuit so as to seek monetary damages in the light of the school's actions, saying that he felt “a substantial threat that irreparable harm" could have occurred due to the board's canceling of the prom. READ MORE